Chemdawg 91 Strain
Chemdawg 91 is one of the most sought after medical cannabis strains of all time, despite its mysterious origins. Speculation is rife that this is the baby of a Thai landrace strain. Others believe it the pride and joy of an illustrious breeder named Chemdawg. Its lineage is clearly from the original Chemdawg strain, and the 91 in its name forever commemorates the year of its birth. The rest is riddles and rumors.
Experienced growers believe this to be the hybrid offspring of Skunk and Chemdawg because of its extremely pungent diesel smell. Fortunately, it tastes more like lemon and pine, and users love the cerebral buzz promised by this strain. Most Chemdawg 91 crops are slightly Sativa-dominant, although Indica varieties sometimes find their way onto the market too.
Why Patients Use Chemdawg 91
This is a popular strain among chemotherapy patients. It gives you a serious case of the munchies, and because of this ability to stimulate appetite, it is ideal for eating problems and disorders. Chemdawg 91 is a happy, euphoric strain that is both uplifting and relaxing for mind, body and soul. It is suitable for daytime use, but because of its potency, it is inadvisable to overdo it.
Medical Uses of Chemdawg 91
- Appetite Loss
Side Effects of Chemdawg 91
- Dry Eyes
- Dry Mouth
Information about Chemdawg 91
- 50 percent Sativa and 50 percent Indica, with wavering dominance.
- Chemdawg 91 ranks 8.5 on the stoned meter. It is extremely potent.
- THC content can be as high as 24 percent.
- Outdoor crops are ready for harvest in early November. It has a 10-week flowering cycle indoors.
Ideal Growing Method
- As a slow grower, this strain does well outdoors, but most grow it indoors using low-stress methods.
- As a moderate to tall plant, Chemdawg 91 can reach four feet, even five feet, in height.
- This strain promises an average to high yield.
- This is a relatively easy plant to grow and beginners can succeed with it.
- The smell of this strain makes discretion difficult, both indoors and outdoors.